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Learning Technologies 2009 exhibition seminar programme announced
Learning Technologies has announced its free exhibition seminar programme - with more than 50 seminars running in four theatres on the exhibition floor during the Learning Technologies 2009 event on 28 and 29 January.
Mark Penton, Learning Technologies 2009 event organiser, said: "The free exhibition seminar programme is one of the most popular features each year and the 2009 event will be no exception with four theatres in use throughout the two-day event providing a total of fifty six seminars for exhibition visitors to attend."
The programme includes seminars on learning design, rapid e-learning, learning and content management, ROI, games-based learning, talent and project management, IT training, e-assessment, mobile learning, and blended learning, as well as a number of sessions that explore how the learning department can actually thrive in an economic downturn.
The seminars are free to attend and while advance booking isn't required, the organisers recommend that visitors should arrive early to be sure of a seat.
The Learning Technologies Exhibition and Conference is on Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29 January 2009 at Olympia 2 in London.
The schedule of exhibition seminars can be found at: www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/exhibition/seminars.cfm
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